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By Jennifer Insley-Pruitt
The TTAB disregarded that claim, noting that Moreno was a reseller, not a manufacturer, and finding that the quality control was therefore inherent in the license itself.
By Charles Weigell
Protections available for new fashion designs in the U.S. appear more limited than in certain other countries and jurisdictions.
By Stephen Bigger
The new Act on "unjustified threats" came into force in the United Kingdom on October 1, 2017 following a long vetting process and much public commentary by European practitioners.
By Katherine Lyon Dayton
In deciding KuGou's invalidation action on the basis of KuGou's unregistered rights, the TRAB applied Articles 13.1 and 31 of the 2001 Trademark Law of the People's Republic of China.
By David Ehrlich
If the application is blocked by a prior mark, the cells" amended mark might be different enough to remove the blocking citation.
By David A. Donahue
Until now, the Copyright Office accepted paper submissions from ISPs concerning their designated agents.
By Janet Hoffman
While one could question the reasoning of this case, it has so far been upheld by the higher courts.
By Stephen Bigger
In what is being hailed as a landmark decision, the Canadian Supreme Court has affirmed a holding granting a global injunction against Google, even though it was a non-party to the underlying infringement action, requiring it to remove links from infringing websites from its global search results.
By Emily Weiss
e Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit recently affirmed a district court's decision that, Inc. ("Amazon") was not liable for patent, copyright, and trademark infringement based on third-party sales of pillowcases on Amazon's website.
By Celadon C. Whitehurst
The EUGC then dismissed Cadbury's challenge to the form of Nestlé's survey evidence.
By Jessica Vosgerchian
In June 2017, the United States Supreme Court affirmed the Federal Circuit's ruling that the disparagement clause of the Lanham Act prohibiting federal trademark registration for marks that disparage persons, living or dead, was facially invalid under the First Amendment protection of speech.
By Laura Popp-Rosenberg
On March 22, 2017, the Supreme Court of the United States issued a decision in a highly-anticipated case concerning the copyrightability of clothing designs, concluding that designs...
By Janet Hoffman
In 2008, shortly after release of Dreamworks' Kung Fu Panda film in China, a local individual filed a trademark application for KUNG FU PANDA covering various vehicle-related goods...
By Ashford Tucker
The Court of Justice of the European Union (ECJ) recently held that the actual use of a trademark does not affect the extent to which an owner of an EUTM registration can enforce its rights...
By Maritza Schaeffer
In June 2015, Tae-Sun Park, a Korean individual, filed a non-use cancellation action before the IPTAB against a registration for FILLTOX & Korean transliteration covering medical clinic services...